Does Stovepipe Wells Campground fill?
You will likely find a spot at Sunset CG or Stovepipe Wells CG as they rarely fill up, even during busy times or on weekends. You can arrive anytime and pay at the campground with an automated machine (credit or debit card needed).
Are there showers at Stovepipe Wells?
Shower passes are available to campers for a nominal fee. With this pass you will have access to the swimming pool as well. Please inquire at the Front Desk area for more information.
Is there cell service in Stovepipe Wells?
“Now with cell service!” Stovepipe Wells was a non-starter for us in winter 2016 because there was no cell tower, but as of winter 2017, there is finally cell service here.
Is Mesquite Springs Campground open?
Open all year. All sites are first come, first served.
Is camping in Death Valley worth it?
“Death Valley is spectacular. This campsite [Furnace Creek] is only a short drive from Badwater Basin (the lowest point in North America!) and Artist’s Drive, where volcanic deposits pain the hills with many colors. The campground itself is nice, and there are even trees for shade at most sites.
Does Verizon work in Death Valley?
Your best bet for finding cell coverage in Death Valley is in the Furnace Creek area (Verizon shows four bars of LTE). But as you head south of Furnace Creek, your signal strength will start to degrade. Here’s the full scoop: There’s no T-Mobile, Verizon, or AT coverage at Stovepipe Wells or Mesquite Flat Sand Dunes.
Is there service in Death Valley National Park?
A: Cellular service is very limited in Death Valley National Park. At Furnace Creek and Stovepipe Wells, certain major phone carriers may find slow and very limited service. WiFi is not available in the park, at Death Valley Lodging Company in Stovepipe Wells you may find free unsecured limited WiFi available.
How do I get to Eureka sand dunes?
Eureka Dunes are accessible by most standard vehicles via the Death Valley / Big Pine Road. From the Ubehebe Crater Road you must travel 44 miles of graded dirt to the dunes. From the town of Big Pine there are 28 miles of paved road and 21 miles of graded dirt to the dunes.
Where can I camp for free in Death Valley?
You can technically camp anywhere for free in Death Valley, as long as you are obeying by this prohibited places list. But if you’re wanting to be in an actual campground, tent camp for free at Emigrant, Wildrose, Thorndike, or Mahogany Flat.
Is Boondocking allowed in Death Valley?
The one rule you must follow is this: you can boondock in Death Valley National Park as long as you stay 1-mile off any paved or day-use dirt road. This rule isn’t hard to follow with the abundance of dirt roads in Death Valley.
How do I get cell service in Death Valley?
Cellular service is very limited in Death Valley National Park. At Furnace Creek and Stovepipe Wells, certain major phone carriers may find slow and very limited service. WiFi is not available in the park, at Death Valley Lodging Company in Stovepipe Wells you may find free unsecured limited WiFi available.
Where is there cell service in Death Valley?
Most of Death Valley National Park does not currently have cell phone reception. Comnet operates two cell towers in the park, one on NPS land at Stovepipe Wells and the other on private property at Furnace Creek.
Do cell phones work in Death Valley?
Is there cell phone coverage in Death Valley?
How should I dress for the dunes?
We recommend wearing pants that are breathable yet provide you with the protection you need to ride the dunes. Again in a SXS/UTV shorts are fine as you are inside the vehicle. Using an ATV and or motorcycle pants are a must!
What is Stovepipe Wells campground like?
Stovepipe Wells campground is directly adjacent to the Stovepipe Wells Village that offers lodging, fuel, a General Store, restaurant, saloon and gift shop. It’s definitely one of the bigger outposts with the most accommodations in the valley. There are 14 full hook-up sites that are operated as part of the Village. The 190 site cam… more
How do I contact Stovepipe Wells National Park?
Contact Us Stovepipe Wells Campground Campground Status Information Image Gallery Last updated: October 18, 2020 Contact the Park Mailing Address: P.O. Box 579 Death Valley , CA 92328 Phone: 760 786-3200
Where can I Hook Up my RV in Stovepipe Wells?
Whether you’re looking for a place to hookup your RV or a spot to pitch a tent or throw down a bedroll, you’ll find it here. Stovepipe Wells Village offers 14 full-hookup RV sites for $40 per night, adjacent to the General Store.
Where are the best campgrounds in Death Valley?
For those of us who like no reservations and first-come first-served campgrounds, the two best campground options in Death Valley are the Sunset Campground in Furnace Creek, or Stovepipe Wells Campground in Stovepipe Wells.